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Sunday, June 13, 2010

Germany 4-0 Australia

Germany 4-0 Australia (Podolski, Klose, Muller, Cacau)


Germany: 1-Manuel Neuer; 3-Arne Friedrich, 17-Per Mertesacker, 16-Philipp Lahm, 14-Holger Badstuber; 6-Sami Khedira, 7-Bastian Schweinsteiger, 8-Mesut Ozil, 13-Thomas Mueller; 10-Lukas Podolski, 11-Miroslav Klose.

Australia: 1-Mark Schwarzer; 2-Lucas Neill, 3-Craig Moore, 11-Scott Chipperfield, 8-Luke Wilkshire, 16-Carl Valeri, 5-Jason Culina, 13-Vince Grella, 7-Brett Emerton, 4-Tim Cahill, 19-Richard Garcia.


3 minutes…and yes, it is Australia pressing Germany and almost taking advantage of their direct strategy with Cahill going crazy with the miss of Garcia that had it all to make it 0-1 for Australia.

6 minutes and Klose that has 10 goals into the World Cup and hopes to break the Ronaldo’s 15 goal mark strikes but is unwilling to score…But in a fantastic start to the match and 8 minutes into it you can see a booming shot by Lucas Podolski just entering the net of the Socceroos. 1-0 and Germany are ahead. And we see another goal through a left footed shot in this World Cup…

23rd minute and again it is Miroslav Klose coming “kloser” to score the second goal after a superb low cross from Podolski that seems to be on fire today.

26 minutes…guess who? Guess what? Miroslav Klose scores taking advantage of his height getting with his head where Schwarzer could not get with his hands.

Mesut Ozil by the 30th minute was one-on-one with the keeper but could not finish after taking advantage of a perfect sense of positioning running unmarked.

And it is World Cup over for Australia!! Straight red card for Tim Cahill and he will miss a minimum of two matches to what will prove to be costly for the Aussies for sure.

65 minutes into the match and the brilliant duo Podolski and Klose combined in a perfect way just to be close to make the third for Germany to keep capitalizing on the massacre they have been displaying.

2 minutes and Thomas Muller does the expected which is to increase the lead to 3-0. Germany seems to be a potential contender to this competition.

69 minutes and Cacau just recently brought in for Klose just after a couple of touches scores. It is 4-0 for Germany.


MAN OF THE MATCH - Podolski

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